The Callaway Epic Pro irons enters into competition in the toughest segment – players cavity backs. See how it fares against the current leaders in this review.
50 Words or Less The Callaway Epic irons feel incredibly hot. Solid distance and remarkable consistency. Introduction In 2017, if you’re talking about drivers, you’re […]
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